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Assistant Professor, Exercise Science


Education

Ph.D. Health and Human Performance
Specialization: Exercise Science
Middle Tennessee State University: December 2017

M.S. Health and Human Performance
Specialization: Exercise Science
University of North Alabama: July 2014

B.S.E. Human Performance and Exercise Science
Specialization: Pre-Professional Kinesiology
The University of Alabama: December 2012

Teaching Specialties

Exercise Physiology
Exercise Prescription
Fitness Assessment
Laboratory Techniques
Research Methods and Statistics

Research Interests

Tactical athlete/military performance
Acute and chronic external loading
Movement quality and injury

Selected Publications

Selected Publications

Scudamore EM, Coons JM, Fuller DK, Morgan DW, Stevens S. (2019). Use of Functional Movement Screen Scores Predict Dynamic Balance with Military Torso-Load. Mil Med. (At Press)

Scudamore EM, Coons JM, Fuller DK, Stevens S, Morgan DW. (2019). Use of Functional Movement Screen Scores to Predict Dynamic Balance in Physically-active Males and Females. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 32(7) 1848-1854.

Scudamore EM, Barry, VW, Coons, JM. (2018). An Evaluation of Time-Trial Based Predictions of V̇O2max and Recommended Training Paces for Collegiate and Recreational Runners. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 32(4) 1137-1143.

Scudamore EM, Lowe JB, Pribyslavska V, Johnson SL, Stevenson Wilcoxson MC, Langford TW, Green, JM, & O'Neal EK. (2016). Three Week Hypergravity Training Intervention Decreases Ground Contact Time During Repeated Jumping and Improves Sprinting and Shuttle Running Performance. International Journal of Exercise Science.  9(2) 149-158.


Eric Scudamore


Contact Information

P: (870) 680-8111
F: (870) 972-3096


Office

Building: HPESS Complex
Room: 240